We are excited to take part in the 2016 International Builders' Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, Nevada, where we join more than 1,300 manufacturers and suppliers exhibiting at one of the industry's biggest and best events. From January 19-21, you can stop by our booth (#S1867) at the Las Vegas Convention Center to see our newest line of Premier locks and bath accessories launching to residential builders and designers at the show.
One of the largest digital signs in the world recently featured the launch of our new lock and bathware lines. A great kick-off to the new year! At 22 stories tall and over 7,000 square feet, Taymor was prominently displayed in a location that welcomes 1.5 million people a day.
For most of us, security is a top priority for our homes. But the world of security and the range of available products are becoming increasingly complex for many homeowners. From alarm systems and specialty outdoor lighting, through to the newest electronic locks systems, it’s difficult to know what will provide the best protection. As it turns out, the deadbolt lock system is still going strong as one of the most critical safeguards for your home entrance.
Looking for indicators in consumer preferences in kitchen and bath products for the coming year? In its 2015 Kitchen and Bath Style Report, the Hackettstown New-Jersey-based National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), a non-profit trade association that represents about 14,000 member companies, cites “cleaner more contemporary designs” throughout the product category.
Building an income suite is the most profitable kind of homeowner renovation, one that creates real value. It can help offset rising mortgage payments and provide you with an emergency cushion. When looking to access more income from your home, you need to pay close attention to every last detail. Look at fundamentals, such as updating your home’s hardware and fixtures. “Remember, these are the elements of your home that you touch and use every day, so they’ve got to perform” says Scott McGillivray, real-estate entrepreneur and the lovable host of HGTV's series Income Property.